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Friday, May 01, 2009
"Swine Flu? Man, I'm Too Fast for That to Catch Me"
Here is some fantastic government propaganda from the last swine flu outbreak, in 1976—the year in which I was born. Only one person died of swine flu that year, but 25 may have died from the vaccine that is being advertised in the spots below.
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